Shuffled ATG8 interacting motifs form an ancestral bridge between UFMylation and autophagy

Lorenzo Picchianti, Víctor Sánchez de Medina Hernández, Ni Zhan, Nicholas AT Irwin, Roan Groh, Madlen Stephani, Harald Hornegger, Rebecca Beveridge, Justyna Sawa‐Makarska, Thomas Lendl, Nenad Grujic, Christin Naumann, Sascha Martens, Thomas A Richards, Tim Clausen, Silvia Ramundo, G Elif Karagöz, Yasin Dagdas

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